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A review on stress and coping strategies of women entrepreneurs: Manufacturing sector
R. Krithiga,
Published in IAEME Publication
Volume: 9
Issue: 5
Pages: 640 - 646
Purpose: Women constitute around half of the aggregate total populace. So is in India moreover. They are, in this way viewed as the better 50% of the general public. In traditional societies, they were bound to the four dividers of houses performing family exercises. In present day societies they have left the four dividers to take part in a wide range of exercises. The worldwide evidence shows that women have been exceedingly performing well in various circles of exercises like governmental issues, political issues, administration, social work etc. Presently, have begun diving into industry additionally and running their endeavors effectively. In this way, the academic researchers at present talking about on entrepreneurial improvement, if appears in the wellness on the setting to learn about the advancement of women entrepreneurs in the nation. These induce the researcher to do this research. Methodology: Secondary resources like websites, magazines, books and other sources used for reviewing the literature. Findings: The study findings show that women entrepreneurs in manufacturing sector faced several problems in work and family environment. However, they are adopted coping strategies to manage the stress. Research Limitations/implications: The study is limited to secondary data Practical implications: The study explains various issues faced by women entrepreneurs in manufacturing sector and it will help future researchers who interest in focusing their research in this aspect. Originality/value: The present paper adds value to the past researchers who focused in this concept. © IAEME Publication
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JournalInternational Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology
PublisherIAEME Publication